Start familiarizing yourself with the names Asia Durr and Katie Lou Samuelson. This talented duo, No. 1 and No. 2 in the just-released 2015 Full Court Fresh 50 Player Rankings, have the potential to be the next stars of the women's game and should be on your MUST SEE list if you're at all curious about what the future of the women's game is going to look like.
Cynthia Cooper landed her first top 25 recruit Thursday when No. 21 McKenzie Calvert verbally committed to the University of Southern California. Calvert had originally committed to Baylor as an eighth grader, but decommitted from the Bears in June to explore other options.
A'ja Wilson, the top uncommitted senior in the 2014 class, will take her first official visit -- to the University of Connecticut -- from Oct. 17-20, and a second official visit to the University of North Carolina the following weekend.
"I'm very excited to take my first official visit," Wilson told Full Court by phone as she was packing her bags for Storrs.
DULUTH, GA -- For the second time in three seasons the Minnesota Lynx hoisted the WNBA Championship trophy on the home court of the Atlanta Dream, this time with an 86-77 win that completed a 7-0 run through the playoffs.
Maya Moore, who won three state championships at Collins Hill High School, just six miles up the road from the Gwinnett Arena, was named the WNBA Finals MVP after posting a game-high 23 points.
Twenty-four hours after Full Court broke the story about Jannah Tucker being the victim of domestic violence at the hand of her former boyfriend Joshua Gerard, the teen is now speaking out about the incident(s). Tucker, who had previously committed to play for the University of Tennessee, but did not report to campus, released the following statement through Blue Star Media, the parent organization of her AAU program, the Philadelphia Belles.
Georgetown University has placed head coach Keith Brown and assistant Tim Valentine on administrative leave and is conducting an investigation into complaints of unprofessional conduct and the use of inappropriate language toward players.
"Georgetown takes very seriously any allegations of misconduct and the university has an established review process that carefully investigates such cases," said Georgetown Assistant Vice President of Communications Stacy Kerr via press release.
A Maryland man has been arrested and charged with second-degree assault in a case that involves Tennessee recruit Jannah Tucker. The No. 12 ranked 2013 recruit surprised the Lady Vols' staff in July when she did not report to campus as scheduled, instead sending an email citing unspecified "personal reasons."
Not even USA Basketball and a 14-hour time difference could put Gabby Green’s decision to commit to California on hold.
The 6-1 guard, ranked No. 8 in the 2014 Full Court Fresh 50, committed to coach Lindsay Gottlieb from her hotel room in Jakarta, Indonesia, where she is competing for USA Basketball in the 3x3 FIBA U18 World Championship.